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This Plane Will Be Able To Fly Anywhere In The World In 4 Hours

If that doesn’t sound utterly awesome enough, how about this: The vehicle would also be able to fly in outer space.

Sub-$500 battery-powered wheel brings electric capabilities to any bike

GeoOrbital is the first sub USD 500 electric wheel that is compact and battery-powered, and can be attached to any bike.

Highway administration selects MSU’s Western Transportation Institute to lead new centers

"The Western Transportation Institute is a leader in cutting edge transportation research," said Sen. Jon Tester. "I am pleased WTI won these awards to make our roads safer and train the next generation of transportation workers."

Amtrak Struggles Continue in Montana

Whitefish station sees a 27 percent drop in riders as delays persist

The Jet Engine: No Invention of the Past 85 Years Had a Greater Impact on the World

1958 Pan Am inaugurates daily Boeing 707 service across the Atlantic.

Finally! The flying car that really could be coming to a road (and sky) near you

AeroMobil can fly 430 miles on a tank of petrol When its wings fold down, it can fit into a normal parking space Set to be launched on October 29th at Pioneers Festival in Austria…

This Flying Car Could Hit the Market by 2017

"I’m in a car looking down on traffic. And it flies real nice."

Self-Driving Vehicles May Arrive Sooner than Expected

Automakers, their suppliers, telecommunications giants like Verizon and AT&T, and governments are all working to make some vision of autonomous cars a reality.

MSU’s WTI launches new traveler website for Montana, Rockies region

As Montanans prepare for the winter holiday travel season, a website developed at Montana State University is set to provide motorists in the Rocky Mountain region with up-to-the-minute information on weather and road conditions.

Awesome Glowing Roads That Could Be the Highways of the Future

As cars get smarter, he argues, so too should the infrastructure that supports them.